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Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Identifies Individual Shot by Officers During Arrest Attempt in Granite Falls

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Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) has disclosed the identity of the individual involved in a shooting incident during an attempted arrest outside Granite Falls on Wednesday, September 27, 2023.

Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Identifies Individual Shot by Officers During Arrest Attempt in Granite Falls (Photo: InForum)

Undercover Officers and Tactical Response: The Role of the CEE-VI Drug and Gang Task Force

In a recent report published by InForum, in October 02, 2023, Dylan McKaide Anderson-Butler, 23, of Granite Falls, sustained serious injuries and was subsequently treated at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension BCA, responsible for confirming Anderson-Butler’s identity, reported that he was shot once and is now in police custody after being released from the hospital. The circumstances surrounding the incident unfold as Anderson-Butler, described by Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension as a “wanted Minnesota Department of Corrections fugitive,” encountered officers during a traffic stop, leading to the deployment of force.

According to Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the two deputies involved in the incident, identified as members of the CEE-VI Drug and Gang Task Force operating in an undercover capacity, utilized force during the attempted arrest of Anderson-Butler. According to the Swift County Sheriff’s Office, one deputy fired a department-issued rifle, while the other deployed a Taser stun gun. The officers, currently on standard administrative leave, were prohibited from being named under Minnesota statute.

The preliminary investigation of Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension reveals that the task force, comprising members from Meeker, Swift, and Kandiyohi counties, was executing an arrest warrant for Anderson-Butler, who was allegedly armed and resisted commands during the apprehension. As the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension BCA actively investigates the incident, crucial details emerge, such as the recovery of a handgun and a controlled substance at the crime scene, although neither body cameras nor squad car cameras captured the shooting.

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Anderson-Butler’s Criminal History and Ongoing BCA Investigation

According to the report published by Yahoo News, Dylan McKaide Anderson-Butler’s public criminal history adds layers to the unfolding narrative. With two previous prison bookings for drug possession charges in Chippewa and Yellow Medicine counties, Anderson-Butler’s encounter with law enforcement reflects a pattern. Sentenced in March of 2020 to 68 months in prison, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension BCA’s ongoing investigation will play a crucial role in determining the legality and appropriateness of the use of force during his arrest.

The agency, at the request of the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office, is diligently examining the incident, and upon completion, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension BCA will present its findings to the Chippewa County Attorney’s Office for review. The shooting incident involving Anderson-Butler not only raises questions about law enforcement’s response but also underscores the complexities surrounding individuals with a history of criminal involvement.

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